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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
A funky, well-equipped (and cleverly named) hostel, the Czech Inn offers private rooms, apartments, and dorms on the border of Prague's happening Vinohrady neighborhood.
Pros: Variety of room offerings. Youthful, happening vibe. Stylish décor.
Cons: Décor might be too minimalist for some.
Unique, artsy touches abound in the lobby: Instead of tiles, the floor sports flattened metal plates, original artwork hangs on the walls, and soaring windows let in light. The art you see during your stay won't be there forever, as the Czech Inn's lobby and bar double as a gallery, and all the works are available for purchase.
Rooms have a minimalist aesthetic, with simple lines and bold colors. Dorm rooms are spacious and have black metal bunks, white walls, and wood floors. All but one of the apartments on the top floor have access to the shared terrace. These are furnished with clubby black leather furniture with modern floral cushions.
While the rooms sport lots and lots of black, they avoid being dreary thanks to light wooden floors, lime-green wall decals, and big windows. (Some private rooms even have a chandelier.) Bathrooms boast fancy showerheads that replicate rain, and toiletries are available in private rooms and apartments.
When we visited, manager Jana told us that young travelers book the majority of the Czech Inn's dorm rooms, while older travelers and families book the private rooms and apartments. The hostel's bar caters to the youthful vibe, playing host to weekly "open mic" and trivia nights.
A breakfast buffet (not included) is served in the bar. Wi-Fi is free and available in the lobby.
» Jacy Meyer, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
- Handicap accessible rooms
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About the Czech Inn neighborhood
Just east of Nove Mesto, this hip neighborhood is dotted with stunning churches, cozy cafes, hip clubs and cheap sleeps to boot. Once (as its name implies) a land of vineyards, Vinohrady today offers a little bit of everything and it's only about a 15 minute metro ride from the city center.